30 Day Giving Challenge – Purely Products Giveaway

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Photo Credit: The Finer Things in Life

Today’s 30 Day Giving Challenge sponsor is Purely Products. Purely Products promotes clean, healthy living, inside and outside the home by simple solutions. Sign me up!!!! After all the illness we’ve dealt with this fall, I’m all for working harder against germs and creating cleaner surfaces! Purely Products has a passion for giving, as a portion of their company sales supports diaperLove™, a non-profit organization founded to provide diapers and hygiene products to children in need.

The Purely Products Gift Pack Includes:

  • Pocket Purifier – Sanitizes surfaces and objects with the same UV-C light that sterilizes surgical instruments. Ultraviolet light and nanotechnology eliminate 99.9% of germs that cause colds and flu, plus e-coli, salmonella, mold, fungus and MRSA (staph).
  • Healthy CFL – Air purifier wrapped in a lightbulb
  • Healthy Nightlight – Air purifier in an LED night light that cleans the air while your family is sleeping

Enter to win a Purely Products Gift Pack for your family to keep or share:

(If you are reading this post in a reader or by email, you’ll need to click over to enter.)

Leave a comment telling me what “green” things you practice on a regular basis. Turning down the thermostat? Using reusable grocery bags? Weekly Recycling?  Or are you a non-green disposable junkie? You can comment too!

Bonus Entries: (Leave a separate comment for each.)

* Like our awesome sponsor Purely Products on Facebook or Twitter

* Subscribe to 4tunate via RSS or by email and/or Like 4tunate on Facebook

Each host blog in the 30 Day Giving Challenge has the same Purely Products Gift Pack to give away.  Feel free to enter them all!

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72 thoughts on "30 Day Giving Challenge – Purely Products Giveaway"

  1. Rachel says:

    My green-ness isn’t near as good as it should be – but when I don’t use reusable bags, I save the little plastic bags and use them for trashbags in our bathrooms – love that they have handles – and you can’t beat free!!!

  2. Rachel says:

    I also subscribe via Google Reader

  3. KS Dallas says:

    My daughter and I are big recyclers, but the best thing we are doing is making a “green” xmas tree this year. It is made out of soda cans. We saw it on the internet and since my BF and I drink diet mt. dew – it is a perfect fit and surprisingly beautiful.

    http://earthfirst.com/mountain-dew-christmas-tree-made-from-cans/

    KS

  4. Alison says:

    I use reusable grocery bags.

  5. jade says:

    i recycle, bring my own grocery totes, keep the thermostat at 65 in winter (brr…), am nearly vegetarian.

  6. Elizabeth says:

    We recycle. I’m slowly switching out to CFL light bulbs. Kiddo uses eco-friendly reusable cloth snack bags for his lunch. I try to use cloth bags for grocery shopping and am getting better at remembering to take them in. I try consolidate errands. Otherwise, I’m not a green as I could or should be.

  7. Elizabeth says:

    I already subscribe via Google Reader.

  8. Megan says:

    We turn down the thermostat, use recyclable grocery bags. We use to recycle when we lived in a town that had a program, but now sadly our current city doesn’t have a program.

  9. Megan says:

    I also liked you on Facebook.

  10. hmmm… we have the energy efficient light bulbs… we recycle… keep the heat off most of the time (that’s my husband being cheap! not green! ha) We take the bus about 1/2 the time…

  11. We are fans on facebook! (:

  12. punkinmama says:

    We recycle and we also use a programmable thermostat!

  13. punkinmama says:

    I subscribe to 4tunate in Google Reader.

  14. punkinmama says:

    I like 4tunate on Facebook.

  15. Stephani says:

    I always use reuseable shopping bags (they hold way more too!) and try to turn off lights whenever we leave a room. I also back a “Green” lunch for my daughter. I haven’t used any plastic bags or paper sacks at all. Just reuseable packaging.

  16. Stephani says:

    I follow you on FB!

  17. Stephani says:

    I follow Purely Products on FB!

  18. Lori says:

    We have only had our heater on for 4 days so far. But we live in Oklahoma and it has been unusually warm, I want to go until December before we use it regularly

  19. Elaine says:

    We use a programmable thermostat and recycle papers, cans etc.

  20. Julie G says:

    Reusable grocery bags and a couple for Kohs too :) . . recycle . . thermostat down for sure (me or kids do not sleep well when it is too warm) . . I do need to put kids sandwiches in plastic containers instead of sandwich bags . .

  21. Lindsay says:

    I use CFL bulbs and recycle everything we can!

  22. Lindsay says:

    I follow you on FB and subscribe to your feed!

  23. Lindsay says:

    I follow Purely Products on FB!

  24. Jennifer says:

    We use CFL lightbulbs, we use reusable bags for grocery shopping (and when we forget them we do reuse/repurpose the plastic bags), and we recycle anything and everything we can.

  25. We recycle weekly, reuse our grocery bags for small cans, bought reusable water bottles for everyone in our house so that we aren’t buying them in the store. Those are the easiest ones that we do all the time. I also make my own bath and body products and cleaning products using ingredients like vinegar and baking soda to cut down on the aerosol, chemicals and fumes.

  26. milo johnston says:

    Reuse grocery bags at whole foods especially

  27. milo johnston says:

    i liked Purely Products

  28. milo johnston says:

    i liked you on facebook

  29. Summer says:

    We reuse containers and plastic baggies. We also set the thermostat on 78-80 this summer and didn’t even have the air on this October!!!! Cut our bill in half!
    We are also giving composting a go…. :o)

  30. Summer says:

    Follow you on FB and am a subscriber.

  31. Summer says:

    Follow PP on FB.

  32. Catherine says:

    I use resuable grocery bags, get the kids to help me recycle plastic and newspapers, and they’ve been taught to turn off lights in rooms that are not being used.

  33. Jackie Penn says:

    We are as green as we can be. We recycle plastic bags, re-use items for other purposes, use “green” lighting…

  34. Jackie Penn says:

    I “like” Purely Products on FB

  35. Debbie in Grayson says:

    We turn down the thermostat, use recyclable grocery bags. I am teaching my grandchildren how important recycling is.

  36. Linda B says:

    I practice going green by using reusable shopping bags!

  37. Linda B says:

    Liked you on facebook!

  38. Linda B says:

    Liked Purely Products on facebook!

  39. amy h says:

    we always use reusable grocery bags

  40. jon says:

    Like our awesome sponsor Purely Products on Facebook

  41. jon says:

    we do Turn down the thermostat, Use reusable grocery bags, and Weekly Recycling

  42. jon says:

    email subscriber

  43. Kathy says:

    we do a few green things. We do all the things you mentioned plus are getting a water filter system so we can stop using bottled water.

  44. Kathy says:

    subscribe via email

  45. Allison says:

    I love my cloth diapers. I am thankful that we are now out of them, but I loved them! We also participate in our community’s curbside recycling. It has definitely helped me recycle more consistently.

  46. Kristen says:

    I always use reuseable shopping bags

  47. jamie says:

    We use a programmable thermostat.

  48. Jamie says:

    I liked Purely Products on FB

  49. Miranda says:

    We practise being green by using a wood stove to heat our home instead of a furnace. I shop with reusable bags and we always recycle our pop cans, milk cartons, etc.

  50. Miranda says:

    Follow your blog by email.

  51. Miranda says:

    Follow them on twitter.
    @randi094

  52. shirley says:

    I use cloth bags, recycle and giveaway alot of stuff,
    supergrand2009@yahoo.com

  53. shirley says:

    Like Purely Products on FB
    supergrand2009@yahoo.com

  54. Amber Gi says:

    We are really into water conservation.
    Timers for showers, toothbrushing and dispacers in toilet tanks also rain barrels and drip lines instead of sprinklers.
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  55. Amber Gi says:

    like u on fb
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  56. Amber Gi says:

    Purely on fb
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

  57. Erin Ringwald says:

    we use reusable bags, carpool and recycle

  58. Erin Ringwald says:

    I follow you on fb

  59. Erin Ringwald says:

    I like purelly on fb

  60. Karla says:

    I use public transportation and use reusable bags.

  61. Karla says:

    I like 4tunate on Facebook.

  62. Karla says:

    I like Purely Products on Facebook.

  63. Ang F says:

    I use green and natural cleaning products.

  64. Ang F says:

    I liked Purely Products on facebook.

  65. Jill says:

    Although we don’t do as well as we should (or could), we do small things like use cloth bags (when I remember to get them out of the trunk!), always turn off lights in rooms we aren’t in, and try and conserve water by not running it the entire time we brush teeth :-).

  66. Kim F says:

    we don’t use the heat on our dishwasher

  67. Kim F says:

    i like you on FB

  68. Kim F says:

    i like PP on FB

  69. Healthy eating, healthy living, home cleaning products, reusable containers, reusable shopping bags.

  70. I liked the sponsor on facebook.

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